Black Consciousness Conference at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB)


The 25th Annual Black Consciousness Conference, November 11-13, 2004, features workshops, lectures, panels, a children's conference, an African Marketplace, and more!


Thursday, November 11, 2004
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
University Student Union, 2nd floor
California State University, Long Beach
Long Beach, CA

Twenty-five years ago through the vision of CSULB's Black Student Union, the Black Consciousness Conference was established to address prevalent issues of the Black Community.  This year's conference will take a reflective look at the role of the Black student in shaping the consciousness of America through activism.  The goal of our collective reflection is to celebrate from which we've come, and to clarify where we are headed.

Tentative Conference Schedule:

Thursday November 11, 2004
African Marketplace
Film Showing
Talent Showcase

Friday November 12, 2004
Registration  (FREE)
African Marketplace (all day)
Libation Ceremony
Session I: "The History of the Black Consciousness Conference" -Prof. Amen Rahh
Session II: TBA
Session III: TBA
Session IV: TBA

Saturday November 13, 2004
Registration (FREE)
African Marketplace (all day)
Children's Mini Conference
Session I: Panel of Current Student Activism
Session II: " The Politics of Hip Hop"
Session III: Know Your Rights/Police Crimes
Session IV:  "Actvism Then and Now" - John Carlos
Session V: Keynote Speaker Address

For directions, campus maps, parking, visit http://daf.csulb.edu/maps

 

Special Instructions

Times listed are tentative!! Please check website for updates.


Cost : Free and open to the public

For more information please contact:

African Student UnionTel: 562-985-4502

asubcc@yahoo.com


www.bcc.8m.com


Sponsor(s): , CSULB African Student Union and Associated Students Inc.